Call of Mini Dinosaurs Hunter
In Call of Miniature Dinosaurs, you’re a prehistoric hunter. With some weaponry and your trusty gun at hand, you begin an exciting adventure deep within the forests, where the prehistoric creatures are always hiding. Each new level in this game is more challenging, as you hone and develop your skill as a prehistoric hunter from the tribe of your ancestors. The goal of this game is to find the six parts of a mysterious ‘power-up’ known as the Megafauna. In order to discover this powerful piece of energy, and to learn why the dinosaurs have become extinct, you must embark on a journey throughout many different levels while battling a variety of enemy tribes and strange prehistoric creatures.
When you first start the game, there are only six parts in the Megafauna, which means that there is only one level to play. Upon beginning your journey, you will be greeted by a friendly pre-historic creature who will teach you the basics of hunting. This friendly pre-historic figure will also give you hints, assist you in combat, and even tell you where to find the needed items. He also shows you how to use your ranged weapons effectively so that you can kill your prey more quickly.
Throughout the course of the first few levels of the game, you’ll run into some cool prehistoric creatures. They run amok through the environment and if you are not careful, then you may just lose the life of one of these prehistoric creatures. They are quite difficult to see and kill, making this part of the game quite scary. After you’ve survived the initial scare, though, the scenery becomes much friendlier and much more inviting, as you battle and kill these prehistoric creatures, gradually evolving into a more skilled hunter.
The multiplayer in Call of Mini Dinosaur Hunter is actually very fun. You can either play the game with another player online or with a group of players locally. In either case, you’ll be able to use a variety of the same tools that other players are using. In addition to being able to use these tools, though, you can also take on a mini dinosaur of your own. This means that you can take on the role of protecting a particular prehistoric location or trying to achieve some sort of prehistoric goal, like earning as much meat as possible.
In addition, the multiplayer allows you to play with a variety of prehistoric creatures, including the previously mentioned prehistoric cats. These prehistoric creatures run on a special version of the Mac computer platform and are quite fun to play. In addition, they run quite fast, so you can see how quickly you need to complete certain tasks. In most cases, the action in these levels is quite fast-paced, but it’s also filled with enough variety to keep the player interested. In short, it’s a great game for those who like to think of themselves as a bit of a jackanory.
Of course, the single-player campaign in Call of Mini Dinosaur Hunter provides enough excitement to keep players coming back for more. It starts off by showing us what happens after you complete one of the earlier levels. We learn about the existence of a sort of prehistoric creature that threatened to take over the Earth when people were not around and then subsequently created a number of different species to fight off the invaders. You, of course, have been hired by these scientists to help protect them, and you have a variety of different weapons at your disposal to do so.
There are eight levels in total, although the first two – which are the easiest to complete – only require you to use the dinosaur pets available in the earlier levels to complete. These allow you to gain points, which you can then use to power up your character and improve the power of your attacks. In addition, there are also some special dinosaur enemies that you’ll need to defeat before moving on to the next level. The later levels feature even more advanced and challenging monsters that really get the blood pumping! The end result is that you’ll be left breathless as you run from one prehistoric creature to the next, all while trying not to be defeated by the more advanced prehistoric creatures.
Mini Dinosaur Hunter looks and sounds great. The sounds are crisp and clear, adding to the excitement of the game. It also has a great user interface, allowing you to point and click where you want your dinosaurs to go, as well as being able to swap them out for a more colorful palette if you wish. In short, it’s the perfect game for those interested in having some fun with some prehistoric creatures. Although the single-player campaign is not particularly long, it will have you hunting for a good portion of the length of the game. Play this game and see why it’s been making the gaming rounds!